Hessel, Philipp, and Juli Simon Thomas. 2016. “An education gradient in health, a health gradient in education, or a confounded gradient in both?” Social Science and Medicine, 158:168-170.

Brand, Jennie, and Juli Simon Thomas. 2014. “The Effects of Parental Job Displacement on Children’s Socioeconomic and Social-Psychological Outcomes.” American Journal of Sociology, 119(4):955-1001.

Brand, Jennie, and Juli Simon Thomas. 2013. “Causal Effect Heterogeneity.” In Handbook on Causal Analysis for Social Research. Springer Publishing.

Simon Thomas, Juli. 2013. Review of Gendering the European Union, Abels and Mushaben (Eds.), Council for European Studies: Reviews and Critical Commentary.

Simon Thomas, Juli. 2013. “Quantitative Research in Education.” In Sociology of Education: An A-to-Z Guide, SAGE Publications.

Neckerman, Kathryn, Michael Bader, Catherine Richards, Marnie Purciel, James Quinn, Juli Simon Thomas, Caitlin Warbelow, Chris Weiss, Gina Lovasi, & Andrew Rundle. 2010. “Disparities in the Food Environments of New York City Public Schools.” American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 39(3): 195-202.


MANUSCRIPTS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST                                                                    

Simon Thomas, Juli. “Health Effects of Disruptive Life Events: A Focus on Employment and Marital Instability.” Under review at Social Problems.

Simon Thomas, Juli. “Dimensions of Family Disruption: Coincidence, Interactions, and Impacts on Children’s Educational Attainments.” Revise and Resubmit, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies.

Simon Thomas, Juli. “Disruptive Events in Childhood and Children’s Educational Attainment: Does Timing Matter?” Revise and Resubmit, Family Relations.

Simon Thomas, Juli. “Four Decades of Disruptive Events: Prevalence and Effects on Children’s Educational Attainment.” Under review at Journal of Family Issues.

Simon Thomas, Juli. “Single Mothers’ Unemployment Experiences After a Job Displacement: Children’s Educational and Psychological Outcomes.” CCPR Working Paper Series, PWP-CCPR-2014-008. Under review at Social Science Quarterly.

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